Don Wildman examines a trunk that holds the secrets of an unlikely killer, a collection of mysterious debris that may be proof of alien intelligence and a curious orb that tells the story of the rise and fall ...Go to Episode
The Coney Island History Project holds a necklace that spells the name “Carol.” It may look like an ordinary piece of jewelry, but this tiny trinket was part of a jaw-dropping sideshow that forever changed the landscape of modern medicine.
3059 West 12th St
Brooklyn, NY 11224
The reddish stains splattered across the inner lining of a vintage trunk, housed at this museum, suggest that it may have carried more than just clothes. In fact, this piece of luggage was the catalyst in a gruesome murder case that shook the West.
1201 North Pershing Ave
Stockton, CA 95203
This historic site is home to a curious orb. This unique relic speaks to the bizarre beliefs that once bound a community together.
3800 Corkscrew Rd
Estero, FL 33928
The McLarty Treasure Museum is home to a tarnished silver coin that was discovered on a Florida beach. It tells the remarkable story of the tireless quest for a long-lost sunken treasure.
13180 Florida A1A
Vero Beach, FL 32963
On display at the National Atomic Testing Museum are various pieces of metallic debris that have confounded researchers. They are linked to a bizarre case that defies all earthly explanation.
755 East Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89119
On display is a bronze bullet from 1934. This slug brought an end to an epic manhunt for the person believed to be responsible for one of the most brutal massacres of the gangland era -- but the case remains shrouded in mystery.
575 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20004